Letter from Birmingham Jail Essay | "Sweet Home Alabama" or Is It?

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"Sweet Home Alabama" or Is It?

Summary: Rhetorical Analysis of Martin Luther King's "A Letter From Birmingham Jail"
The United States of America has always been thought of as "The Land of Opportunities" by many from around the world. This was the reason the African-American migrated to America for; they had no idea of the torturing and suffering they would face because of segregation. Incidents of racial harassment, police beatings, and the occasional lynching became a routine part of life for the black community in America. Birmingham, Alabama was just one of the many places where the African-American society experienced the lives of segregation. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, was called by the subordinate organization in Birmingham to engage in a nonviolent direct-action program to do something about the problems of segregation in the area. He then led the civil rights demonstrations knowing and also prepared that jail was the probable place...

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